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Staniers in the Alumni Cantabrigienses

STANIER, Randle Badley, admitted pens (aged 19) MAGDELENE 13 Jan 1869.
4th son of Francis esq, of Madeley Manor STS and Mary Williamson.
Matric. Lent 1869. Capt Staffs Militia 1880.
Married Anne, daughter of R. A. Dallas.

STANIERE, Robert, admitted pens (aged 17) Pembroke, 23 June 1619.
Son of David, a Belgian merchant.
Matric. 1619, BA 1622. Admitted at the Middle Temple 24 Jan 1624/5

STONEHEWER, Richard, admitted pens (aged 18) at Trinity 31 May 1711.
Son of Richard, of Durham.
School, Westminster; Matric. 1711; Scholar, 1712; BA 1714-5; MA 1718; LL.D 1728 (Com Reg). Rector of Washington, Durham, 1719-22. Rector of Houghton-le-Spring, 1727-69.
married (1) Ann Hendry at Washington, 13 Aug 1719; (2) Margery, daughter of John Hall, of Durham.
Buried 26 Oct 1769. Father of the next

STONEHEWER, Richard, admitted pens (aged 17) at Trinity 4 Nov 1745.
Son of Richard (above), Rector of Houghton-le-Spring, Durham. Bapt there 12 Jun 1728.
School, Houghton; Matric. 1745-6; Scholar 1747; BA 1749-50; MA from Peterhouse, 1753. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1751.
Under Secretary of State (North) 1765-6; (South) 1766. Auditor of Excise, 1772-89. F.S.A. 1787. A friend of the poet Gray.
Died 30 Jan 1809. Bequeathed to Pembroke Gray's Commonplace book and holograph; copies of most of his poems.

STONYER, William, admitted at Jesus, 27 March 1658.
Of Cheshire. Matric. 1658, Scholar 1660.


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